Pueblito de Los Dominicos, Santiago

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Landmark Tourist Spot
View various pieces of arts and crafts made by local Chileans at Pueblito de Los Dominicos. Walk through the market and admire the traditional and contemporary arts of Chile, as well as the garden-like setting. Strike up a conversation with the vendors to learn more about traditional craftsmanship, since many of them are artisans themselves. The artists create jewelry, clothing, scarves, woodwork, and more. Caution to those with allergies: the area also houses a large amount of cats. Put Pueblito de Los Dominicos on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Santiago trip itinerary maker.
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TripAdvisor
  • This place has TONS of shops - and a lot of variety in the items that are sold. Although there a few places with mass-manufactured, cheap-looking kitschy stuff, most of the shops sell beautiful, uniqu...  more »
  • These artisan shops offer high-quality (and expensive!) handmade goods. Great selection of jewelry, fiber arts, etc.  more »
  • This place is a very good place to visit during the weekends, it is located at the end of the metro route, the place is quiet, people sell their art crafts but it is somehow expensive , it is like the...  more »
Google
  • Very enjoyable layout for wandering tbrough little shops & cafes. All the vendors we encountered were very friendly and helpful. The day we were there, an orchestra-style band (orfeón) played for quite some time. We enjoyed immensely sipping coffee while listening to the music.
  • Great place to buy some souvenirs to take back home. Tad bit expensive but still worth it. Be sure to pick a Picarro because that is the best souvenir of all!
  • Extremely nice place to wander around window shopping and eating. Away from the crowds with a beautiful view of the Andes.
  • Nice place - number of small souvenir shops, galleries, workshops, pet shops. Some sell typical touristic stuff (part of it looks, like it's made in China), some have rather interesting jewelry and knitwear with more-or-less fair prices (negotiable). There's also several restaurants (one serving traditional Chilean dishes) and a small art gallery.
  • Wonderful place to visit to see high quality and unique artisan works. I love that many of the artists studios are right there where you can see them work, and the portions in the restaurants there are quite generous.